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Bellevue Fashion Week to benefit three nonprofits

Three local nonprofit organizations, Detlef Schrempf Foundation, Bellevue LifeSpring and The Moyer Foundation, will benefit from the annual Fashion Week at The Bellevue Collection set for Sept. 25-29. In addition, 11 local fashion designers will get exposure during the second annual Independent Designer Runway show Wednesday, Sept. 25. One will receive a $5,000 cash prize.

On Thursday, Sept. 26, 100 percent of ticket proceeds from Nordstrom Men’s Shop & GQ Fall 2013 Runway Show will be donated to the Bellevue Youth Theatre Foundation, in partnership with the Detlef Schrempf Foundation (detlef.com), by Nordstrom. The show will spotlight the store's Men’s Shop collections, featuring local celebrity guest models.

On Friday, Sept 27, 100 percent of ticket proceeds from Posh Party Beauty & Trend Show will be donated to Bellevue LifeSpring (bellevuelifespring.org) by The Bellevue Collection. Posh Party Beauty & Trend Show is a stylish evening showing fall’s trends and a Macy’s Beauty report by Benefit Cosmetics and Smashbox Cosmetics.

Saturday, Sept. 28 will see 100 percent of ticket proceeds from Front Row Fashion presented by Vogue will be donated to The Moyer Foundation (moyerfoundation.org) by The Bellevue Collection. At the event, Vogue will present the fall trends straight from the pages of the magazine to the runway, offering insight on fall trends and how to wear fashions available at The Bellevue Collection.

For tickets and more information go to bellevuecollection.com/FashionWeek.

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